Rheumatologist Chelsea Bridge Road, London | Private Consultant | Dr Stephanie Barrett



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Please contact Dr Stephanie Barrett’s secretary Kate Picon on:

Tel: 020 7730 8508

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Rheumatologist Chelsea Bridge Road, London

Rheumatologist Chelsea Bridge Road, London

In the heart of Chelsea, leading rheumatology expert, Dr Stephanie Barrett offers rheumatology treatment and support at the renowned Lister Hospital. Considered a centre of medical excellence, the Lister Hospital located at Chelsea Bridge Road, London, SW1W 8RH offers state of the art medical facilities.

What’s more, the Lister Hospital boasts highly specialised units, making it ideal for Dr Stephanie Barrett to treat her patients.

Rheumatologist in London

With superior knowledge in rheumatology from inflammatory disorders to musculoskeletal conditions, Dr Stephanie Barrett is a rheumatologist in Chelsea who can diagnose, treat and support patients.

By having a range of clinics, Dr Stephanie Barrett can treat her patients and offer care and support, choosing rheumatology clinics where she has the best access to state of the art medical facilities.

What conditions can rheumatology help with?

Dr Stephanie Barrett has completed many years of extensive training in order to specialise in rheumatology. Completing her own research to establish critical findings in the area of Rheumatology, Dr Stephanie Barrett works tirelessly for her field. With her specialism, she can deliver high-quality treatment to her patients across a variety of rheumatology conditions.

Some of the conditions that rheumatology can help with include;

  1. Rheumatoid arthritis

Rheumatoid arthritis can cause damage to joints and lead to joint pain, swelling and stiffness. By seeing a rheumatologist as soon as you recognise symptoms, they can help to find the right treatment. This can help to prevent long-term damage and to stop symptoms from becoming worse. An autoimmune disease causes rheumatoid arthritis. The immune system is designed to protect the body, will instead attack cells in the joints which can then cause damage and pain to the joint, bone and cartilage.

  1. Osteoarthritis

Similarly, to rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis can cause painful and swollen joints. Typically, osteoarthritis occurs as a result of wear and tear and is considered a degenerative arthritis. As it is a long-term treatment, there is no current cure. However, there are many treatments that a rheumatologist can suggest which can help to alleviate the pain and reduce the symptoms that you may face.

  1. Gout

Gout is another form of arthritis that causes a great deal of pain to a joint and comes on suddenly. As well as the pain, patients may notice redness at the joint. It can also cause the skin over the affected area to become hot and swollen. Usually, gout is treated with anti-inflammatory medication. Your rheumatologist may suggest further treatment to prevent gout from reoccurring.

Can a rheumatologist Chelsea Bridge Road, London help me?

If you are suffering from a painful or uncomfortable musculoskeletal condition, then seeing a rheumatologist can undoubtedly help. Dr Stephanie Barrett offers appointments at her clinic on Chelsea Bridge Road, London to help with the diagnosis and treatment of rheumatology conditions.

Contact Dr Stephanie Barrett

To discuss any Rheumatoid Arthritis treatments you would like help with please contact Dr Stephanie Barrett on:

Tel: 020 7730 8508

Email: enquiries@drstephaniebarrett.com